The historic Edgewater rooming house was being moved through downtown West Palm Beach on Sunday.
The historic Edgewater rooming house was being moved through downtown West Palm Beach on Sunday.
President Donald Trump floated an idea to surprise observers by ripping open his button-down shirt and reveal a Superman t-shirt underneath, according to a New York Times report. Trump made several calls during his stay at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center last week, in which he proposed the idea of first appearing physically weak to observers. Upon leaving the hospital, he would rip open a button-down dress shirt to reveal a shirt with the Superman logo, The Times reported.
Kayla Eubanks received an apology and a refund from Southwest Airlines after an employee barred her from boarding a flight to Chicago from New York City for wearing a "lewd, obscene, and offensive" top. Eubanks last week was stopped from boarding the flight at LaGuardia Airport by an employee for wearing a black halter top. "I was told that passengers may look at me in my attire and be offended," 22-year-old Eubanks wrote in a now-viral Twitter thread.
Amy Ford, a West Virginia nurse who spoke at this year's Republican National Convention, was arrested on Saturday after shooting a woman in the stomach in her hometown. Ford, 39, who was identified as Amy Thorn in the court filing, was charged with malicious or unlawful assault after shooting a woman in her abdomen in Williamson, West Virginia. The victim has been identified by WSAZ -TV as Jonda Whitt.
A private security guard from a local television station is in custody after he shot and killed another man during a rival protest by left-wing and right-wing groups in Denver, Colorado. The right-wing "Patriot Rally" was met by a group of counter-protesters who called their rally the "BLM-Antifa Soup Drive" on Saturday. The incident occurred after a protester participating in the "Patriot Rally" sprayed mace at another man, who then shot him with a handgun.
Confirmation hearings begin Monday for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett. If confirmed, the 48-year-old appeals court judge would fill the seat of liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last month. Ginsburg's replacement by Barrett, a conservative, would shift the balance on the court significantly right, from 5-4 in favor of conservatives to 6-3.
Two of the men charged with terrorism-related crimes and a plot to kidnap the Michigan governor are Marine Corps veterans, a service spokesperson said to Marine Corps Times. Joseph Morrison, 26, was a Marine reservist who reportedly discharged as a lance corporal, on Thursday, the same day the charges were announced. Another Marine veteran, 23-year-old Daniel Harris, was an infantryman and was discharged in 2019.
South Carolina senator discusses the importance of the upcoming election on 'Sunday Morning Futures'
Democrats have a new deflective talking point when it comes to questions about whether they'll attempt to “pack” the Supreme Court with more justices if they wrestle back power in Congress and in the White House this fall: Republicans already packed the courts. Senate Minority Whip Richard Durbin, the second-most powerful Democrat in that chamber, said in an interview with NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday that the GOP has been openly “bragging” about filling Supreme Court and federal appeals court seats with conservative justices. “The American people have watched the Republicans packing the court for the past three and a half years, and they brag about it,” the Illinois senator said.
To the editor: For columnist Erika D. Smith to describe Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris as a "hard-charging former prosecutor" and Vice President Mike Pence as an "over-confident, condescending, weak and scared white man," and then go on to base a whole article on these characterizations, strikes me as a lazy effort to come up with an excuse for something to write about. While the president of the United States had nothing negative to say about the people who allegedly plotted to kidnap the governor of Michigan, he took the time to call Fox News and say Harris was a "monster." To the editor: Trump refuses to participate in a virtual debate because it would be a "waste of time."
A Black man is suing Galveston, Texas for $1 million following his 2019 arrest where he was led by city police officers on a rope as they were riding horseback. Donald Neely's lawsuit said the incident resulted in "embarrassment, humiliation, and fear," according to KPRC. Galveston Police Department's Police Chief Vernon L. Hale apologized after the arrest saying his "officers showed poor judgment in this instance and could have waited for a transport unit at the location of the arrest."
An antibody cocktail President Trump received for his COVID-19 treatment was tested using stem cells derived from a fetus that was aborted in 1972 in the Netherlands. Antiabortion organizations have spoken out against the use of these stem cells, which have been lab-engineered and duplicated, to test vaccines. Trump has also restricted use of these stem cells in research.
A white Texas man may have worn blackface and sported a fraudulent beard as he killed the mother of his 1-year-old child, The Dallas Morning News reported. Authorities discovered the dark markup foundation and the fake beard in the suspect's vehicles, according to the report. A 33-year-old white Texas man may have used dark makeup foundation and a beard as a way to camouflage himself as he killed the mother of his child last week, police suggested in an arrest affidavit.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the Trump administration's offer, which comes just a few days after President Trump briefly called for a halt to negotiations, "amounted to one step forward and two steps back." The speaker, whose latest public offer was about $2.2 trillion, explained that the major divides between Democrats and the White House were over an apparent lack of national coronavirus containment strategy and inadequate funding for child care and supplemental insurance benefits. Republicans, meanwhile, told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows that Trump's bill was too big during a Saturday conference call.
Addison Cox and Michael Rolerson, formerly of the Rockland Police Department, are facing charges for killing porcupines while on the job, according to the Courier-Gazette. Another officer, Kenneth Smith, was placed on administrative leave for recording the porcupine killings and publishing it on Snapchat. Cox and Rolerson were both charged with aggravated animal cruelty and night hunting after the incident was reported by a colleague.
The bling is impressive and impressively expensive, but the Maybach is still a stretched S-Class. The Mercedes-Maybach S650 is, alongside the Bentley Bentayga, one of the two most exasperating vehicles I've ever driven. The Bentayga is a massively overpriced Audi with a Bentley front end and engine, while the Maybach S650 is a massively overpriced S-Class Mercedes with a hulking V12 motor and a glorious interior.
Across the country, seats in 86 legislative chambers in 44 states will be on the ballot as well. In recent weeks, the presidential polling data has begun to shift fairly uniformly in the Democrats' favor and that could have very big impacts down-ballot. If those trends and numbers hold, state capitals around the country could look very different in January – including some places that haven't seen Democrats in control for a very long time.
A member of the White House coronavirus response task force and one of the nation's leading doctors warned a “very different” coronavirus spread was underway across the US than the one the country faced during the initial months of the global pandemic. The United States was experiencing a “very different” spread of the novel coronavirus in recent months than the wave of infections that swept over the country during the initial months of the global pandemic, a member of the White House coronavirus response task force has warned. Dr Deborah Birx, one of the nation's leading physicians, said Covid-19 was now spreading among Americans at social events — including family gatherings — where people are “taking their mask off and letting down their guard”.
Nestron will be manufacturing the Legend One, an eco friendly $21,500 tiny home with artificial intelligence systems and a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. For $12,500 more, the 167.92-square foot home — which is currently available for pre-order — can come fully furnished and move-in ready. The Legend tiny home lineup was designed to appeal to the traditional tiny home customer that's drawn to container or cabin homes.
WASHINGTON – Lara Trump, a top campaign aide to President Donald Trump, sparred Sunday with Fox News host Chris Wallace over the Trump family's refusal to wear face masks during the first presidential debate on Sept. "Did you think, Lara, that the rules that applied to everybody else in that hall didn't apply to you?" "Fox News Sunday" host Wallace said as he asked Lara Trump about the absence of face coverings among the Trump family during the debate.
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" recreated the 2020 vice-presidential debate between Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris (Maya Rudolph) and Vice President Mike Pence (Beck Bennett). The show zeroed in on the viral moment when a fly landed on Pence's hair during Wednesday's debate. The writers chose to make Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden (Jim Carrey) and the late former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain (Kenan Thompson) into the bugs.